What is the national student loan data system?
The national student loan data system, or NSLDS, is the US Department of Education main database for student aid. By using the NSLDS you can you can view your loans and grants.
R. from North Dakota, $8.2K in student loans debt
R. is a Senior in a big university in North Dakota. He wants to be prepared for the day after school and started learning about different terms and subjects related to his student loans. He wanted to know what is the NSLDS.
The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) is the central database for student aid, owned by the US Department of Education. It receives data from several sources including schools, the direct loan program and other department of education programs, and provide the borrowers with a centralized and integrated view of all the "Title IV" loans and grants.
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